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14Dec2014

Are Your Complex Boundary Challenges As Simple As They Could Be?

  • By David Sisselman
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ARE YOUR COMPLEX BOUNDARY CHALLENGES AS SIMPLE AS THEY COULD BE?  

Learn how DecisionInsite helped Bakersfield City School District simplify even the most complex enrollment challenges   

Bakersfield City School  District (BCSD), is a large K-8 district one hundred miles north of Los Angeles. The district was grappling with a changing community and shifting student enrollment. The impact of past desegregation had created some non-contiguous elementary and middle school boundaries. Because of these issues, along with new housing development within the district, BCSD turned to DecisionInsite for help.


Through a combination of DecisionInsite’s consulting, analytics and technology, BCSD was able to was able to come to a conclusion on their boundary change process with critical buy-in and support from its parent community. 

 

Read the complete case study here: If your school is experiencing any of these challenges, please call us to learn how DecisionInsite can help.

 

ON THE ROAD:

From Columbus, OH to Chicago, IL, DI is traveling to see you.    
We had a great time meeting everyone at the 2014 OSBA Capital Conference in Columbus, OH this week. If you or your colleagues will be attending the 2014 Joint Annual Conference of IASB/IASA/IASBO in Chicago, IL on November 21-23, 2014, please stop by our booth and say hello. We will be on hand to answer any questions you may have regarding our enrollment or transit optimization solutions, and will be showing how DecisionInsite makes district enrollment easy.  

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IN THE NEWS: 

Preliminary enrollment talks begin

School board addressing slow, steady growth

 

The Aberdeen School District has an exciting and perplexing problem in front of it. The district has seen slow and steady growth over the last 10 years, after a period of declining enrollment. Many of the elementary school buildings are at capacity, especially in the lower elementary grades.Learn more from Katherine Grandstrand’s article in the Aberdeen News about how the school district is addressing this issue.

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